Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 19, 1936 · Page 37
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 19 • 1936 FIVE H. S.-J. C. New Years' Basket Ball Mohawks vs. Marshalltown Dec. 29 All-American Honor Ratine. N. S. I*. A,, International First i*!ficc Award. Quill. Scroll, Ii*34-'U5-'aG, Bob Parrish— President of Fred D. Cram | Chapter of Quill. Scroll, I FOUNDED 1929 DEVOTED TO MASON CITY SCHOOLS PUBLISHED BY M. C. H. S. STAFF Editor-in-Chief .......... Bob Parriili ZManaffinp Editor ...... Martin Yu»eloff Associate Senior Ktlitor* ......... ...... Frances Lmmerl. Gerald Alter Business Manager . , John Armentroul Correspondlnr Secretary. Glen Buchanan Typists Evelyn Thomas, Phyllis Birch. Opal Hammond. i Adviser, Mlu Elizabeth H. Graven. | president of Iou p » Aib'n, of Journal- iMn directors. 3 STUDENTS OF JAYSEES LEAP IN SCHOLASTICS vol. via Dec. 19, ]'j:tG LET'S SIT TIGHT, HOPE FOR THE BEST When we get back after a long looked for vacation it will or should be a new year. Of course we're expecting a year full of glory and what not lor M. C. H. S. What's more important and rather appalling are the 21 •weeks of work remaining to us who fondly call ourselves ihe class of '37. Of the 268 of our aggre- OBSERVANCE OF CENTENNIAL IS BEING PLANNED Fred D. Cram Chapter Quill and Scroll Will Sponsor Event. The Fred D. Cram chapter of Quill and Scroll is to sponsor the observance of the Horace Mann centennial in 1937. One of the most important fea- . lures of the centennial is the plac- I more. Robertson and Miss Haynes ing in private, school and public I arc graduates of M. C. H. S., while libraries before May 4, 1937 copies Miss Swingen is a graduate of Sophomore, Two Freshmen Lead I and ' For the first quarter's work in the Mason City junior college, j | John Mark Robertson, sophomore the Misses Domini Haynes Allegra Swingen, freshmen, lead the 170 students with 3.7, 3.53, and 3.42 averages respectively. Robertson's average has remained constant throughout the two semesters and the quarter. He intends to enroll in general engineering at the Iowa State college in September 1937. All three students are carrying 14 hours or of the "Life of Horace Mann" by his wife, Mary Mann. The biography of 600 pages was first published in 1865 and reprinted in 189J. However, it has long been out of print and unavailable. Woden high school and merited first honors in the class of 1936. The 18 other students having an average better than B number six sophomores and 12 freshmen. The sophomore girls are the Misses Avice McArthur, Mary Jane Pauland Jeanne Gecr, while the JOHN ROBERTSON DOMINI HAYNES ALLEGRA SWINGEN Miss Lydia Barrettc, city librarian, gation, how many will survive i \\-az placed an order for two copies j c >' ""« "u"'"V,^™~' p'-ii^noH the course? Of course v.-e are ! so that Mason City schools may be boys are Roy Tipton, Gale Snell, not expecting any casualties. | provided with material for the •"''« toward Fatten. It's been said before, so con- ' centennial observance. sider it said again that one gets! The committee on Horace Mann |-_--•• - - • -„,,,. r , in -p r . y out of a thing only as much as he i centennial of the National Edu- i Helen Aucker, Phylus Cain, Eliz- puts into it. With half a year in ! cation association headed by Pay•which to redeem or rum our o'.vn j son Smith, chairman, is providing records, the observer can only sit I copies of a new edition in fac- tight and hope for the best. i simile by means of a special pho- "So have a merry Christmas j tographic process, the cost of while there's still hope and please ! which by advance order is one accept our promise for a 1937 f'lll i dollar. Schools of the nation are | urged to use the Horace 1 theme for birthday observance as j well as commencement addresses. Mann's contribution to educa- ; tion will be stressed at the dcpart- ! mem of superintendence of N. E. I A. Feb. 20-25 and at the N. E. A. i convention in Detroit June 27- of surprises, whatever they may be.—R. H. P. Members of Miss Florence E. Flynn's five Latin classes are learning and singing Christmas carols in Latin. Each student must learn a carol and then the carols are sung before the class in quartets or sextets. The songs ! July 1, 193 learned thus far are ''O, Come. All ' Ye Faithful," "Silent Night," '•Hark the Herald Angels Sing." "Jov to the World" and ''Jingle Bells." Freshmcn girls having better than B average are the Misses abeth Clarke, Catherine Holland and Yvonne Riley, while the boys are Robert Peters, Edward Banken. Baron Boyd, William Butler. Robert Campbell, John 'James and j Lawrence Majewskl. j —_. • | Junior High School Cage Schedule Is Outlined by Henn j According to D. C. Henn, Lin- basketball coach, a IMPERSONATION GIVEN BY BALE Character Actor Presents His Version of "Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde. Robert Louis Stevenson may have turned over in his grave Monday morning as William Gilford Bale, character actor, roared through the roles of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" in a 10 cent as- Your School and Mine By MARTIN YOSELOFF coin school ! schedule of 26 games has been built for the five junior high Some outstanding books which j schools-Madison, Roosevelt Lin--•'•• Wilson and Monroe—bcgin- were purchased for the school li-j coin, - b-arv in October are "Jefferson j ning Jan. 18 at Roosevelt when bv Claude G. Bnwers I Madison meets And Then Go to RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE 1 For Watches & Diamonds & Save the Difference Tubular Hockey Skates on Shoes, S3.93 up Sleds—Steel Runners Steering Tvpc, 98c up Northland Skiis All Size and Models DECKER BROS. "Everything for Sport" Ideal American Laundry AMD ZORIC DRY CLEANERS IT'S PHONE 22 In Every Activity They Always Go Together, Health and Success 1 Successful Students, Ath- : letes. Businessmen and Home Makers ... All I share a single secret . . , Good Health. A simple diet principle brings it to most of them . . . Plenty of Milk with every meal. Schermerhorn Farms in power" by Ulaucle L>. rjnwers | IUWUIBUH m^^ Roosevelt. •The Flowering of New England. ] schedule is as;foHows: The 1815-1365" by Van Wyck Brooks: : "An American Doctor's Odyssey" i by Victor Heisen "After All" by I C'larence Day; "Lost Morning" by DuBose Heyward. and "The En' chanted Voyage" by Robert Na- 1 than. "The Pursuit of Laughter" I by Agnes Repplier; "Heads and Tales" by Malvina Hoffman, and "The Anatomy of Frustration" by H. G. Wells were purchased in November. Manufacturers and Jobbers of —and— 7- 01 UP Carbonated Beverages in Bottles MASON CITY BOTTLING CO. Phone 85 701 S. Fed. Avc. Jan. IB—Madison at Roosevelt. Jan. 22—Monroe at Wilson. Jan. "5—Wilson at Lincoln. Jan. 2f>— Lincoln at Madison. Jan. 27—Wilson at Konroe. Fcb. 2—Madison at Wilson. Feb. 4—Monroe at Madison. Feb. 5—Wilson at Roosevelt. Feb. II— Madison at Monroe, fob. 17—Roosevelt at Wilson. Feb. 19—Wilson at Madison. Fob. 23—Roosevelt at Madison. Feb. 2-1—Lincoln at Wilson. Feb. 26—Madison at Lincoln- Ei-hlh Grade Eiskrlball Schedule. Jan. 19—Lincoln at Monroe. Jan. 21—Lincoln .it Roosevelt. Jan. M—Monroe at Roosevelt. J.in. 22—Monroe at Lincoln. Feb. i—Roosevelt at Lincoln. Feb. 3—Roosevelt at Monroe. Feb. 8—Lincoln at Monroe. Feb. 10—Roosevelt at Lincoln. Feb. 15—Monroe at Roosevelt. Feb. 18—Monroe at Lincoln. »b. 22—Lincoln at Roosevelt. p>b- 25—Roosevelt at Monroe. —D. j With perhaps more blustering and vigor than adherence to Stevenson, the quick change artist presented a variety of skillful characterizations. The versatile actor was undeniably entertaining as he tottered, shouted and performed minor acrobatics. Dr. Jekyll's metamorphosis into the horrible Mr. Hyde was effectively handled, though the resulting monster was more amusing than terrifying. As the melodrama reached its climax Bale vividly portrayed the madness of Hyde by throwing books and glassware about the stage with abandon and toppling a tall kitchen cabinet on to his prostrate body, only to struggle forth and die ingloriously draped across a table. The spectacle concluded with actor and audience equally exhausted. Bale's one man presentation of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" was the second of a series sponsored i by Northwest assemblies. Inc. Morton Overiiisr, artist, will ap- pcai" Wednesdsrv, Jan. 27. —R. H. P. L. S. Just have to look out on to the next two weeks to find the where- for of those smiles around here . , , I guess the yuletide paw-wow has something to do with it, ".oc . . . You can't tell me there isn't a Santa Claus ... If sonic kid is made happy Christmas morn- well that's Santa . . . And every 50 Band Members Present Concert at Monroe School Some 50 members of the M. C. H. S. band presented 'a concert at Monroe school Wednesday morning. They played four numbers. The concert directed by Carleton L. Stewart was intended to create interest for membership in the organization. The Mason City high school band with another concert scheduled soon, is preparing "My Sport Squibs By JOHN ARMENTROUT Can't help but admire Bob Servison, who knows what it means to be a shut-in . . . The other sundown a group of us were chinning with him at his home. His smile was wicky-wacky . .. . Descriptions! of Ray dough: "I M. C. H. S. stu who makes some- Hei '° ".march from Strauss''•Choc- bodv's holiday merrier deserves olate Soldier, Scarlet Mask by 99 in hearty-hearty . . . It's r great f S. Zomecmk, Merry Wives of to believe in Santa 'cause it gives Windsor" by Otto Nicolai and one a sorta confidence in life and "Children s March," a rousing group of children s songs such as "The Farmer in the Dell," "Lazy Mary Will You Get Up," "Three Blind Mice," "London Bridge Is Falling Down" and "Rock-a-bye Baby," For sight reading the band is working on "Golden Dragon" by Karl L. King, "II Guarany" by Carlo Gomez, and "Appolo Overture" by Haydn Wood. Bob Runyan, James Brown and Roger Hayes are preparing the concert trio, "Three Kings." —N. J. B. won't play" Noticed "Judge" in shorts the other eve at basketball brush-up Some scene . When '37 rolls this way, I hope everyone round the school will meet it with resolutions . new year always socks me joy 'cause I think there's a new chance to do bigger and better A with things One's ambitions seem F. B. Hathaway's manual train- ! ing classes have made 21 clocks ] this year. Have Christmas PHOTOGRAPHS Taken Early RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Ph. 2272 HOMECOMING Over 800 invitations have been sent out to alumni and former students for the sixteenth annual homecoming of M. C, J, C, at Hotel Hanford, Tuesday, Dec. 29 by Miss Mary Jane Pauley and Miss Mildred Hines. Delker Dunn is general chairman while William Butler is house chairman and Raymond Young is guest chairman. Don Colebourne and his Commanders constitute the orchestra. fresh and nothing's-cold-but-the- wVather ... Thank-you to all who liked the 1937 Ad-Vance and told us so ... And one last word to Santa CJaus: Make the coming year the best year M. C. H. S. has ever had . . . Let those little plans of the stus and peds pan out . . . Then on to new hope and courage . . . So long till Jan. 9, 1937 ... Merry Christmas and the very best New Year . , . Some students may have seen I the slogan over the Cub lab door, | "Never At Leisure'" by Robert Koch, the great scientist. Every student who enters that door seems to grasp the full meaning of those three words, and applies it to himself. The room is filled with happy voices giving questions, answers, directions, and the hum of the typewriter, from morning till night (often 6 p. m.) Miss Catherine "Jo" Parkllan of Chadsey high school, Detroit, was the guide assigned to the Mason City delegation when they toured Dearborn, the Rouge plant and Greenfield Village. Miss Parkllan accompanied the group to the Edgar Guest home at 5 o'clock, Dec. 3. Betty Kennedy, senior of Oelwein high school, merits the honor of being one student to read her tuberculosis essay over Station WHO, Friday, Dec. 18. Out to revenge the defeat administered them last Friday by the .Clear Lake Lions, the Mohawks swung their basketball machine into "high gear" and defeated their bitter interstate rival, Albert Lea, Minn., 25 to 16, in a fast and rough contest Tuesday night. "Judge," in trying to put a combination on the floor that will be able to score, has unearthed such in Harold McKenzy, Fred Stoecker, Capt. Everett Fletcher, Jack Wallace and Wayne Wood, who seem to click the best so far. •• ••• •— Because of the poor showing of the Mohawks on the free throw line last season, the squad is compelled by "Judge" Grimsley to throw 15 each afternoon before practice gets into full swing-. Each squad member must make a certain percentage of throws or he has to stay after practice until he measures up to the requirements. By so doing "Judge" hopes to increase the accuracy and percentage of free throws made in each game this year. Where's the old Mohawk pep and enthusiasm at the basketball games? Are we going to let some small school like Clear Lake and a handful of loyal Albert Lea fans outclass us in our pep at the games? No, a thousand times no! Let's see everybody out for the holiday games to show the team and Mason City fans that the school is really behind its team. How about it, gang? Holiday Sports Menu. Dec. 22 — Davenport vs Mohawks, Cherokee vs. Trojans, Alumni vs. Trojans, here. Dec. -Marshalltown vs Mohawks, Cherokee vs Trojans, here. Jan. 1—Eldora vs. Mohawks. Marshal] and Swift vs. Trojans, here. Jan. 5—Charles City vs. Mohawks, here. Jan. 8—Sheldon vs. Trojans, here. With a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, sport fans, I'll be seeing "yah" all at the basketball games during the holidays. MRS, RAE DEATH SADDENS LOCAL FACULTY, PUPILS Sympathy Extended James Rae and William by Teachers, Students. Teachers and students throughout the school system were saddened at the news of the sudden death of Mrs. James Rae. I am sure that each and everyone of us extend to Mr. Rae and William our heartfelt sympathy. R. B. IRONS. As members of the high school and junior college faculty, we wish to extend sympathy to our principal, Mr. Rae, and William, and to express our personal sorrow in the death of Mrs. Rae. We have felt her intelligent interest in and loyalty to every phase'of our school life. She endeared herself to each of us by her many individual kindnesses. We shall miss her. Committee— TOMMY D. PRIEST CORA J. SUKDELL LUELE'A F. CARLTON The students of the Mason City junior college feel deeply the grief that has come upon our community by the death ' of Mrs. James Rae. We extend William and Mr. Rae our sincere sympathy. GEORGE DELKER DUNN, President of Junior College Student Council. The Cub, in behalf of the entire student body, expresses in its ineffectual way its deep sympathy for Principal James Rae and William Rae. All M. C. H. S. shares in their loss. PARRISH, YOSELOFF, ALTER, Editors. ' At the December meeting of the M. C. H. S. Commercial club Frank Ball of the federal employment office spoke on "How to Obtain a Job and the Qualifications Needed. 1 ' It was decided that $3 be sent to the Globe-Gazette Christmas' Cheer fund and suggested monthly contests be held for commercial students. Norma Chamberlain, secretary, presented the club's constitution for consideration. WIG AND MASQUE CLUB Presents "ENTER DORA-EXIT DAD" High School Auditorium, Jan. 11, at 7:30 CAST Dora Sibb Tsbel Hess Joel Sibb Harlcy McQualters Walter Barnes Bert Bundt Salesman Andrew Hubbard Joey Ted Knutson STAFF Director Thayer Randall Stage Manager Bruce Powell Property Managers Ted Knutson, Margaret Larson SYNOPSIS Joel Sibb is alone in his general store, confident thnt he will be re-elected as first sclccliTvm at the town meeting which he deems it unnecessary to attend. The salesman who arrives upon 'die scene finds it necessary to leave when Sibb's dalightei 1 and the clerk arrive with two big surprises lor Mr. Sibb. 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I . .»<•„. ) , We Sincerely Wish All Our Friends and Customers A MERRY CHRISTMAS PASTEURIZED MILK li Always the Safest For Children Growing children should drink a quart of pasteurized milk a day to insure the perfect formation of the limbs and a strong, robust body. No diet is complete without milk'' and no milk is so rich in vitamins and minerals as that if ... HERMANSON'S Phone 646 BIBLES 25c, $1.00 $1.25 up Dictionaries 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 up Yelland & Hanes BOOK STORE 11 EAST STATE PHONE 400 Christmas Permanent Special THE LOWEST PRICES AND THE BEST EQUIPMENT IN MASON CITY La' James College of Beauty Culture r-JI First St. N. W. JPhon* !)7-l WIG AND MASQUE CLUB Presents "A BRACE OF SIXES" High School Auditorium, Jan. 11, at 7:30 CAST Stranger Don Sobieske Holbrook Dean Huxtable She Kathleen Hea STAFF Director Jean DeVoe Stage Manager '. Bob Liebendorfer Stage Properties....Andrew Hubbard, Margaret Wright, Marybelle Greenman SYNOPSIS When Holbrook invites <> stranger from his club into his house to show him a gun collection, he whirls upon the stranger, who in self defense shoots him. The wife demands $60,000 from the stranger or declares she will tell the court that he was her lover and that they were surprised by her husband. Th« stranger pays and departs after which Holbrook rises from the dead. But the stranger returns. JELLICO COAL There's Nothing Better Crystal Lake ICE and FUEL CO. 20 First St. S. E. Phone 213 'Make Them Fit to Lead . . . Energetic, Robust, Strong. Children . . Need plenty o 1 "Vitamin D" to help develop sturdy bones, straight egs and strong teeth. ... IS BETTER BREAD FINE LEATHER GOODS MAKE AN IDEAL GIFT ZIPPER CASES BILLFOLDS BRIEF CASES Klipto Loose Leaf Co. 1.V17 South Delaware YOU'VE... Tried the Rest — Now Try th. VERY-BEST MLUUKL 940 -wcoeuveft F A R M PRODUCTS CO. WE DELIVER

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